Bare is a suburb of Morecambe, within the City of Lancaster district in Lancashire, England. It was merged in 1898. Bare has a high street (Princes Crescent), and a railway station connecting it to Morecambe and Lancaster. Its name probably came from Anglo-Saxon bearu meaning "grove".
Bare Hall is a Grade II listed building built around 1830 by the Lodge family
- http://www.lancashire.gov.uk/environment/oldmap/1950s/lancaster.gif 1953-1955 Ordnance Survey map showing Bare (on the north edge)
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